Crash in Belmont sends vehicles into residence, utility pole

The cause of the crash remained under investigation Monday, and police didn't say what's believed to have caused the wreck or if one or both of the drivers were expected to face charges

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Two vehicles collided in Belmont late Sunday night, sending one into a house and another into a utility pole, officials said.

The crash took place at the intersection of Belmont and White streets about 11:25 p.m., according to Belmont police and firefighters. The collision sent a BMW SUV into a home on White Street and a Toyota car into a nearby utility pole.

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The drivers of both vehicles, a 33-year-old man from Plymouth and a 28-year-old man from Allston, were able to get out on their own, but were taken to nearby hospitals, officials said. They didn't share an update on the drivers' conditions Monday afternoon.

The home was damaged by the car, but no one inside was hurt, officials said. The cause of the crash remained under investigation Monday, and police didn't say what's believed to have caused the wreck or if one or both of the drivers were expected to face charges.

One woman said that she heard a loud bang, and then her apartment filled with smoke. Another neighbor said that they've seen several crashes there in recent years.

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